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  After just about exactly three years on the job, Pete Schaefer is stepping down as the CEO of the Northern Illinois Food Bank in Geneva. Schaefer, a former McDonald's executive, is going back to working with his wife at her communications company.

Northern Illinois Food Bank seeking new CEO

Updated: 2/17/2014 06:59 PM

  Poor weather Monday night led to postponement of a village board meeting that would have been a celebration of Gurnee’s longest-serving mayor. If heavy snow had not hit, Mayor Kristina Kovarik was prepared to recommend a long-vacant 1-acre...

Honor for Gurnee ex-mayor Richard Welton postponed

Updated: 2/17/2014 06:41 PM

  Lisa Gregoire has been hired to take over as principal in July at Isaac Fox Elementary School in Lake Zurich. She'll replace the retiring Jill Brooks. Isaac Fox serves prekindergarten through fifth grade.

New principal at Lake Zurich’s Isaac Fox Elementary School

Updated: 2/17/2014 04:53 PM

  A 64-year-old man died after being hit by a vehicle in a Mundelein parking lot Saturday afternoon, authorities said. John Rozanacki of Mundelein was pronounced dead at Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville at 1:23 a.m., Sunday, said...

Man dies in Mundelein parking lot accident

Updated: 2/17/2014 03:36 PM

  WASHINGTON — The Arctic isn’t nearly as bright and white as it used to be because of more ice melting in the ocean, and that’s turning out to be a global problem, a new study says.

Study: Arctic is darker, Earth is warmer

Updated: 2/17/2014 02:19 PM

  SOCHI, Russia — Sochi hotel guests are walking, unchecked, past unused metal detectors. Security guards are no longer poking around at the pockets and ankles of every single person entering Olympic facilities. Tangerines and bottles of Coke...

In Sochi, Olympic security increasingly uneven

Updated: 2/17/2014 02:18 PM

  CAIRO — A deadly suicide bombing that hit a bus of South Korean Christians visiting Biblical sites in Egypt and Israel has raised fears that Islamic militants battling security forces in the Sinai Peninsula are turning to target foreign...

Egypt: Sinai bombing raises worries on tourism

Updated: 2/17/2014 02:18 PM

  SOCHI, Russia — An Italian activist shouting “It’s OK to be gay” and dressed in a rainbow-colored outfit and large headdress was detained Monday as she entered an arena to watch an Olympic hockey game.

Gay rights activist detained at Olympic Park

Updated: 2/17/2014 01:55 PM

  Wauconda trustees aren’t sold on a newly unveiled proposal to outsource the village’s 911 services as a cost-savings measure. “The safety of our community is the priority, and saving money is secondary,” Trustee Teri...

Wauconda trustees not sold on plan to outsource 911 services

Updated: 2/17/2014 03:58 PM

  A 52-year-old man fought with Batavia authorities and paramedics who tried to help him after he got drunk and passed out in the street near his home, police said. Mark S. Feely, of the 200 block of North Harrison Street, Batavia, faces an array of...

Police: Drunken Batavia man fought with rescuers

Updated: 2/17/2014 06:27 PM

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